Company’s owned fleet consists of 18 vessels, plus a stand-alone OSR fleet of 5 new built ultra-shallow craft. Company’s own fleet consist of:

  1. Five shallow draft tugs of ICE CLASS ICE3 (RMRS),
  2. Five shallow draft icebreaking tugs of ICE CLASS 1A SUPER (BV),
  3. Two survey vessels,
  4. Three fast crew supply boats,
  5. Two floating hotels,
  6. Two multi-purpose anchor handling tugs.

The Company fleet is ISM Code certified, while the Company’s Quality and Environmental Management Systems are ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 certified by Intertek company.


COC has managed the NCOC owned vessels in Kazakhstan, namely the Living Quarter Barge Karlygash since June 2006, Temporary Refuge Barge Zerock since December 2005, and in addition since March 2010 it has managed LQB Nur, LQB Shapagat, ERR barges Pana and Korgan, as well as Sponsons L1, L2, L3 which were taken over under COC operation from the previous management company.

Since the end of 2006 four IBEEVs (Ice Breaking Emergency Evacuation Vessel) have been managed by COC indirectly via a service contract and from April 2010 COC has independently provied full time management for twelve IBEEVs in accordance with the awarded contract.

Currently the total number of IBBEVs under COC management counts 12 units.


Greatest deal of attention is being paid to the COC’s personnel issues including nationalization of the COC’s marine crews.

At present around 65% of about 560 COC mariners are represented by Kazak Nationals, while all of the mariners are staff employees, which COC believes is a better practice from the quality, continuity, and career development points of view, as opposed to practicing Contractor based relationships, although the former approach could be more costly in a short run.

For Turkmenistan operations, Company also adhering the same approach in its nationalization strategy on the local market i.e. at least 70 percent of employees are to be Turkmenian citizens.

This is on-going process and considerable number of mariners has already passed training courses and is certified by Caterpillar and other major equipment providers, which results in better flexibility and cost reduction in servicing the fleet.


At present COC manages the total fleet of 45 vessels, including 21 vessels belonging to agip kco, present operator of Kashagan Oilfield in Kazakstan.

COC owned fleet consists of 21 vessels including five shallow draft tugs of ICE CLASS 1B and five shallow draft icebreaking tugs of ICE CLASS 1A Super; a stand alone OSR fleet of five new built ultra shallow crafts has been built and delivered in 2012.

Annual revenue for 2013 is recorded at USD 130.50 Mil., demonstrating steady growth since 2005

Caspian Offshore Construction LLP (COC) is a leading provider of marine fleet operation and management services in the North Caspian Sea. COC is a 100% private Kazakhstani entity with operation offices establish in Aktau, Bautino, Astrakhan, Ashgabad, and Turkmenbashi. Headquarters are located in Almaty.

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Aktau office

39 building, “Zodiak” business-center, 17 mcr., 130000 Aktau, Republic of Kazakhstan

Phone: +7 (7292) 597 333
Fax: +7 7292 597 333 (ext.2200)



“Caspian Offshore Construction Russia” LLC, 17 Naberezhnaya Privolzhskogo Zatona street,

building 1, office №003, 414024, Russian Federation,

Phone: +7 (8512) 493032
Fax: +7 (8512) 493032


Ashgabat office

Ashgabat, st. 1922 building 3 A (st. S. Muradova, bld 3 A)

Phone: +99312 286303